Juventus and Barcelona approach Arsenal over Auba loan

Juventus and Barcelona have approached Arsenal over the loan signing of striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

There is no offer on the table as yet and it would be a difficult deal to do given Aubameyang’s wages, thought to be around £350,000 a week.

Arsenal are open to allowing Aubameyang to leave – but the deal would have to be financially acceptable to the club.

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Former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has his say on Aubameyang’s future and believes it is not the player with the issue, but the club

Aubameyang, who was stripped of the captaincy in December, has been left out of Arsenal’s squad for their warm-weather training camp in Dubai.

Sky Sports News reported earlier this month that the 32-year-old would prefer a move to a top European club if a deal can be agreed.

Marseille, Sevilla, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan have all expressed an interest in this transfer window too.

Saudi Arabian clubs Al Nassr and Al Hilal have made loan offers, with obligations to buy.

Barcelona, who are also in talks to sign Adama Traore on loan, are hoping to free up wages if they can offload winger Ousmane Dembele.

Juventus have agreed a deal to sign Dusan Vlahovic. This could have knock-on effects for Alvaro Morata, who is on loan at Juventus from Atletico Madrid and wants to go to Barcelona.

Merson: Arsenal shouldn’t panic in striker search

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Sky Sports’ Paul Merson:

It’s such a hard time to get players in.

They wanted to bring in Dusan Vlahovic, but there was no interest from the player at all. He is now off to Juventus.

If I was Arsenal, I would not panic now. You cannot just go and chase someone for all this time and then switch targets and go for someone else.

There are now just days left of the window so, for me, Arsenal need to wait now.

Should Arsenal bring back Aubameyang?

Honestly, I’m not sure about bringing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back in from the cold.

I’m not sure how far down the line this is now. It’s not just down to the club either, you have got to see how the player is feeling.

To be honest, I thought Mikel Arteta chopped his nose off to spite his face in regard to Aubameyang in the first place.

It’s not like Arteta has got the biggest squad in the world.

‘Auba situation needs sorting; Arsenal may need him’

With Aubameyang, Arsenal need to have a sit-down meeting with him.

You have seen it before where players have just said, that’s it. He got hung out to dry and he got binned.

It could have all been sorted out behind the scenes. There’s a lot to this story and probably it could have been handled better on both sides, but now, it needs to get sorted out.

For me, Aubameyang, on his day, is still one of Arsenal’s best players.

A lot has gone on, that is for sure, but now, with the struggles in the transfer market, it looks like Arteta might have to go back to Aubameyang with his tail between his legs and ask: “Have you got another six months for us please?”

Then they may be able to sort something out after that when the summer transfer window opens.

‘Arsenal need a striker’

If Alexandre Lacazette puts the open goal chance away against Burnley, it is job done and no one is moaning at all.

Everyone would be talking about how good a result that would have been for Arsenal with a clean sheet too. It’s 1-0 to the Arsenal and everything is great. But he misses an open goal and all of a sudden, they have only scored one goal in January, which came in their best performance by a mile.

That’s the problem Arsenal have. You are not going to win too much without a centre forward.

I know people will say Manchester City do, but they still have to win the Champions League playing with a false nine. They also have superstars all over the pitch and are probably the only team in the world that could do that.

So, Arsenal need a centre forward.

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Merson on Arsenal striker search: Don’t panic! Auba issues may need sorting

Paul Merson says Arsenal should not panic as they attempt to bring in a striker before Monday’s transfer deadline, suggesting Pierre-Emerick Aubamyenag could still have a role to play at the club.

The Gunners has so far seen their efforts to land a new striker fail, with long-term target Dusan Vlahovic set to move to Juventus.

With the futures of Aubamyenag, Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah still all up in the air, the Gunners could face somewhat of a striker shortage when their Premier League campaign resumes at Wolves on Thursday, February 10.

However, Merson, speaking in his latest skysports.com column, has called for calm and even suggested Aubameyang could return from the sidelines and play an important role for Arsenal, if the issues between Arteta and his former captain can be resolved.

Read on for the Magic Man’s thoughts in full on Arsenal’s chase for a striker…

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Good Morning Transfers’ Jaydee Dyer says Arsenal ‘urgently’ need to add reinforcements to their strike force given the shortage of players in the forward position

‘Arsenal shouldn’t panic’

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Arsenal missed out on Dusan Vlahovic, who is joining Juventus

It’s such a hard time to get players in.

They wanted to bring in Dusan Vlahovic, but there was no interest from the player at all. He is now off to Juventus.

If I was Arsenal I would not panic now. You cannot just go and chase someone for all this time and then switch targets and go for someone else.

There are now just days left of the window so, for me, Arsenal need to wait now.

Should Arsenal bring back Aubameyang?

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Dharmesh Sheth explains Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would prefer to stay in Europe should he leave Arsenal this January

Honestly, I’m not sure about bringing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back in from the cold.

I’m not sure how far down the line this is now. It’s not just down to the club either, you have got to see how the player is feeling.

To be honest, I thought Mikel Arteta chopped his nose off to spite his face in regard to Aubameyang in the first place.

It’s not like Arteta has got the biggest squad in the world.

‘Auba situation needs sorting; Arsenal may need him’

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Former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has his say on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future and believes it is not the player with the issue, but the club

With Aubameyang, Arsenal need to have a sit-down meeting with him.

You have seen it before where players have just said, that’s it. He got hung out to dry and he got binned.

It could have all been sorted out behind the scenes. There’s a lot to this story and probably it could have been handled better on both sides, but now, it needs to get sorted out.

For me, Aubameyang, on his day, is still one of Arsenal’s best players.

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Watch as New England Revolution goalkeeper and Arsenal transfer target Matt Turner makes an amazing penalty save against Nani last season – is this a sign of things to come Arsenal fans?

A lot has gone on, that is for sure, but now, with the struggles in the transfer market, it looks like Arteta might have to go back to Aubameyang with his tail between his legs and ask: “Have you got another six months for us please?”

Then they may be able to sort something out after that when the summer transfer windows opens.

‘Arsenal need a striker’

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admits the transfer market is is ‘difficult and complicated’ but he hopes they are able to make the right additions to the team

If Alexandre Lacazette puts the open goal chance away against Burnley, it is job done and no one is moaning at all.

Everyone would be talking about how good a result that would have been for Arsenal with a clean sheet too. It’s 1-0 to the Arsenal and everything is great. But he misses an open goal and all of a sudden, they have only scored one goal in January, which came in their best performance by a mile.

That’s the problem Arsenal have. You are not going to win too much without a centre forward.

I know people will say Manchester City do, but they still have to win the Champions League playing with a false nine. They also have superstars all over the pitch and are probably the only team in the world that could do that.

So, Arsenal need a centre forward.

‘Unless you are Man City, you don’t win things without a striker’

Fulham are going to get promoted to the Premier League because they have got a proper centre forward. Take away Aleksandar Mitrovic and for all the good players they have got there, they are not getting promoted.

When a team is successful in football, they very rarely do not have a centre forward. It’s as simple as that.

Manchester City dominated football because of Sergio Aguero, and I know they are top of the league and flying along now, but we have seen enough times over the last few years them dominating a game, like they did at PSG, and end up losing 2-0.

What about the games where they failed to score at home to Southampton? At the start of the season, they failed to score in six of their first 16 games in all competitions.

You have only got to do that twice in March or in April and you are out of the Champions League with everybody going mad. They would be saying hang on, Manchester City have all the money in the world. Why didn’t they buy a striker? Why didn’t they just break the bank and get Harry Kane or whoever?

For me, they are playing on the edge.

It’s a really dangerous game. If it works and they win it, great, but if they don’t everybody will be asking the centre forward question.

The same applies to Arsenal. Can they bring someone in before the end of the transfer window or could it be that they turn to Aubameyang again.

It’s a big decision for the Gunners and whatever happens could go a long way in deciding their fate this season.

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Manchester derby, Liverpool vs Man Utd live on Sky Sports in March

The Manchester derby plus Liverpool vs Man Utd are among the Premier League fixtures to be shown live on Sky Sports in March.

Ralf Rangnick will take his side to the Etihad on Sunday 6 March, with kick-off at 4.30pm. Later in the month, Man Utd will take on Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday 20 March, as United face a vital month in their push for a top-four finish.

West Ham’s fixture against Wolves will kick off the latest round of live fixtures on Sunday 27 February, with kick-off at 2pm. The Hammers will be back on Sky Sports the following weekend on Saturday March 5 as they travel to Liverpool.

That weekend’s Super Sunday includes the Manchester derby, which will be preceded by Arsenal’s trip to Watford at 2pm. There is also a mouth-watering Monday Night Football on Monday 7 March too as Tottenham host Everton.

Antonio Conte’s side will again be live on Sky Sports on Saturday 12 March when they travel to Old Trafford, with Chelsea vs Newcastle and Arsenal vs Leicester on Super Sunday the following day. Monday Night Football will see the Sky Sports cameras at Selhurst Park as Crystal Palace face Man City on Monday 14 March.

Friday Night Football returns on Friday 18 March as Wolves host Leeds, with Burnley hosting Southampton on Saturday Night Football the following day.

Another exciting weekend of football is rounded off on Sunday 20 March as Tottenham host West Ham in a London derby before Liverpool’s showdown against Man Utd at 4.30pm.

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Saturday February 12: Norwich City vs Manchester City, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday February 13: Newcastle vs Aston Villa, kick-off 2pm

Sunday February 13: Leicester vs West Ham, kick-off 4.30pm

Tuesday January 11: Everton vs Leicester, kick-off 8pm

Saturday February 19: Man City vs Tottenham, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday February 20: Leeds vs Man Utd, kick-off 2pm

Sunday February 20: Wolves vs Leicester, kick-off 4.30pm

Friday February 25: Southampton vs Norwich, kick-off 8pm

Saturday February 26: Everton vs Man City, kick-off 5.30pm

New fixtures announced:

Sunday February 27: West Ham vs Wolves, kick-off 2pm

Saturday March 5: Liverpool vs West Ham, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday March 6: Watford vs Arsenal, kick-off 2pm

Sunday March 6: Man City vs Man Utd, kick-off 4.30pm

Monday March 7: Tottenham vs Everton, kick-off 8pm

Saturday March 12: Man Utd vs Tottenham, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday March 13: Chelsea vs Newcastle, kick-off 2pm

Sunday March 13: Arsenal vs Leicester, kick-off 4.30pm

Monday March 14: Crystal Palace vs Man City, kick-off 8pm

Friday March 18: Wolves vs Leeds, kick-off 8pm*

Saturday March 19: Burnley vs Southampton, kick-off 5.30pm*

Sunday March 20: Tottenham vs West Ham, kick-off 2pm*

Sunday March 20: Liverpool vs Man Utd, kick-off 4.30pm*

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Aubameyang left out of Arsenal squad for Dubai training camp

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been left out of Arsenal’s squad for their training camp in Dubai and will instead remain in London to keep up his fitness.

The forward has not played for the Gunners since their 2-1 defeat at Everton on December 6 following a disciplinary issue, which also saw him stripped of the captaincy.

Arsenal will consider offers for Aubameyang before the transfer window closes at the end of the month, and he would prefer a move to a European club.

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A number of sides, including Paris Saint-Germain, Marseille and AC Milan, are interested.

Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr are the only club to have made a firm offer for Aubameyang, though. They are willing to take the 32-year-old on loan with an obligation to buy.

Aubameyang, who has 18 months remaining on his contract, has scored seven goals in 15 games for Arsenal this season.

The Gabon international recently returned to London from the Africa Cup of Nations for medical examinations after being diagnosed with heart lesions following a positive coronavirus test.

However, after further checks he said: “My heart is absolutely fine and I’m completely healthy”.

Arsenal next fixture is away to Wolves on February 10, which has afforded Mikel Arteta’s side the time to travel to Dubai for some warm-weather training.

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Dharmesh Sheth explains Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would prefer to stay in Europe should he leave Arsenal this January

Juventus agree £62.8m fee for Vlahovic

Arsenal look set to miss out on the signing of Dusan Vlahovic after Juventus agreed a £62.8m fee with Fiorentina for the striker, according to Sky in Italy.

The Gunners had a strong interest in the Serbia international amid doubts over the future of Aubameyang. Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are also out of contract at the end of the season.

Tottenham were also interested in Vlahovic, but the 21-year-old is keen to join Juventus.

Fiorentina want to sell Vlahovic this month to maximise their profit, as he has just 18 months remaining on his contract.

‘Vlahovic only wanted Juventus move’

Dharmesh Sheth told The Transfer Show Dusan Vlahovic only ever had eyes for Juventus…

“Arsenal were interested but Sky in Italy are now reporting a €75m deal has been agreed between Juventus and Fiorentina for Dusan Vlahovic.

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Dharmesh Sheth tells The Transfer Show Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic only wanted to go to Juventus despite speculation he would be open to a move to the Premier League

“It’s thought that Vlahovic only wanted to go to Juventus. Fiorentina probably would not want to do business with Juventus – there is a big, big rivalry there. They probably wanted to direct Vlahovic towards the English offers.

“The Fiorentina hierarchy have been very public about being open to selling Vlahovic in this transfer window, but they were also very public in saying, ‘the agent and player are not coming back to us’. I think it was Fiorentina’s way of putting the onus on Vlahovic, because they know the fans will be very disappointed to see him go to Juventus.

“But Fiorentina have been a bit hamstrung with this because he’s only got 18 months left on his contract. They have offered him a new deal which would have made him the highest-paid player in Fiorentina’s history. He didn’t want to sign it.”

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Four positive Covid tests needed as PL agrees new postponement guidance

Premier League clubs have agreed on new postponement guidance that says teams will have to show four positive COVID-19 cases in order to apply to have a match called off.

The guidance change comes after a series of controversial decisions to call off matches, with clubs using a combination of coronavirus, injuries, suspensions and players on international duty to postpone games.

There have been 22 match postponements due to coronavirus and other factors in the Premier League this season.

The last match to be called off was Arsenal’s controversial postponement against Spurs, which drew criticism from their north London rivals.

It was announced on Monday that the number of positive Covid-19 cases in the Premier League had fallen for the fourth week in a row.

In the seven days up to and including January 23, there were just 16 new cases among players and staff, from 6,221 tests – the lowest number of positives in a week since December 5.

The new guidance will come into effect ahead of the next Premier League fixture on Saturday, February 5 when Burnley host Watford.

It was also announced on Monday that fans will no longer need to show Covid passports when attending Premier League matched.

A Premier League statement said: “In line with the latest Government guidance, COVID passes will no longer be enforced as a condition of entry to a Premier League match. The Premier League and clubs will continue to urge fans to follow public health guidance to keep each other safe on a matchday, including wearing face coverings when indoors or in crowded areas.”

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Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte says he has been surprised to see Premier League games being postponed because of the number of injured players at clubs

Analysis: Change in guidance, not rules

Sky Sports News’ Rob Dorsett:

“This is a change to the guidance around match postponements, not a change in the rules.

“The rules still apply that if clubs have 13 outfield players and a goalkeeper fit and available, the game should go ahead. We understand there was some reluctance from clubs to change the rules mid-season.

Sky Sports News has been told the new guidance is there to help steer the discretion displayed by the Premier League board, when they receive an application for postponement, and to discourage clubs from applying for postponements on the basis of non-Covid-related absences.

“In essence, Wednesday’s decision has raised the bar in terms of the number of Covid cases required to get a match postponed. Before now, a single positive Covid case in a squad was justification for applying for a postponement (if other players were absent because of injury or international duty).

“Now, a club must prove a minimum of four positive Covid cases within the first-team squad to even apply.

“Each application for postponement will still be assessed on its individual circumstances.

“The clubs chose not to change the Covid protocols around stadiums and training grounds, which are still under ’emergency measures’. That means Premier League players will be still tested daily and remain in secure bubbles.

“This will be reviewed on a weekly basis.

“It’s expected these measures will be relaxed somewhat after any impact is assessed from players returning to their clubs after AFCON, and holidays taken by other players during the current winter break.”

Neville and Carragher critical of postponements

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Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have their say on whether Premier League clubs should be allowed to call matches off due to Covid, injuries and the Africa Cup of Nations

Earlier this month, Premier League defenders Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher were both in agreement that England’s top clubs must stop using coronavirus as an excuse to postpone games.

“I honestly believe that all teams, not just in the Premier League but the EFL now, must be made to play their fixtures,” said Neville.

“If it was purely down to Covid in extraordinary circumstances where there was 10 or 15 players out, but we’re now talking about teams for the last few weeks where there’s no doubt they’ve been calling games off based upon whether they think they’ve got the best squad or team to win a game. It’s got to stop.

“Manchester United and other teams have got 30 to 40 players in their squad – I’m not having they can’t get 13 to 16 players together.

“It has to stop now this and we have to make teams play.”

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Neil Lennon says it’s inevitable that team will try and bend the rules around Premier League postponements if they’re able to

Carragher said: “No other league in Europe is doing this, certainly not in those big leagues. Bayern Munich played a 16-year-old in their last game and that tells you exactly where they are. Why can’t we do that? Why can’t the young players be given an opportunity in these circumstances?

“Everyone’s in the same boat and I’m exactly with Gary. If it’s an outbreak of Covid and it’s decimated the squad I can understand that, but players being in the AFCON tournament and just normal injuries, that’s got nothing to do with it.

“You’ve got U23 squads and younger players, and this is an opportunity where they can get a chance.

“I know there’s a lot riding on Premier League games but at this moment there’s no doubt teams up and down this country are taking advantage of the situation.”

Tuchel and Hasenhuttl speak out on Covid rules

Asked if he felt Covid rules were being abused earlier this month, Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel said: “I strongly, strongly hope that’s not the case, otherwise I would be very angry.

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Thomas Tuchel says he will be ‘very angry’ if Covid rules are being abused by other clubs after Chelsea were told they had to play a match when they felt they were stretched during the Christmas fixtures

“We are doing everything to make games happen and we were made to play when we thought maybe we should not. So, I can only strongly hope the rules are the same for everybody.”

Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl was also strong on the lack of transparency for postponements and how the Premier League is dealing with it.

Earlier this month, he said: “They’ve opened the door, and you cannot be surprised that someone is walking through now. I cannot say anything about the Covid situation there because this is normally the reason why you cancel games.

“You have no view, no transparency, and you cannot say anything about that. The rest is speculation.

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Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has welcomed the Premier League’s decision to review the rules regarding fixture postponements

“The Premier League has to handle this. This is why I say that players/new signings shouldn’t be allowed to play in cancelled games when they haven’t been there before this game was due to play. This is a problem they have and it’s hard to solve it at the moment.”

Which Premier League games have been called off?

Brighton vs Tottenham – Sunday December 12, Premier League (due to snow)

Brentford vs Man Utd – Tuesday December 14, Premier League (replayed on January 19)

Burnley vs Watford – Wednesday December 15, Premier League (postponed twice – now February 5 at 6pm)

Leicester vs Tottenham – Thursday December 16, Premier League (replayed on January 19)

Man Utd vs Brighton – Saturday December 18, Premier League

Southampton vs Brentford – Saturday December 18, Premier League (replayed on January 11)

Watford vs Crystal Palace – Saturday December 18, Premier League

West Ham vs Norwich – Saturday December 18, Premier League (replayed on January 12)

Aston Villa vs Burnley – Saturday December 18, Premier League

Everton vs Leicester – Sunday December 19, Premier League (postponed twice)

Liverpool vs Leeds – Sunday December 26, Premier League

Wolves vs Watford Sunday December 26, Premier League

Burnley vs Everton Sunday December 26, Premier League

Leeds vs Aston Villa – Tuesday December 28, Premier League

Arsenal vs Wolves – Tuesday December 28, Premier League

Everton vs Newcastle – Thursday December 30, Premier League

Leicester vs Norwich – Saturday January 1, Premier League

Southampton vs Newcastle – Sunday January 2, Premier League

Burnley vs Leicester – Saturday January 15, Premier League

Tottenham vs Arsenal – Sunday January 16, Premier League

Burnley vs Watford – Tuesday January 18, Premier League

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